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Indoor Air Quality Mould Assessment – Scotty’s House Residential Care Facility

Steer Environmental completed an indoor air quality (IAQ) assessment for mould at Scotty’s house residential care facility presently owned and operated by the Ktunaxa Nation council. The objective of the IAQ assessment was to investigate whether the indoor breathing environment was compromised due to elevated airborne mould concentrations and/or potentially harmful mould species. The IAQ […]

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Indoor Air Quality Mould Assessment – Trail Medical Building

Steer Environmental completed an indoor air quality (IAQ) assessment for mould to provide clearance for areas restored by Valet Restorations following a water damage event in the Trail Medical Building located in downtown Trail, BC. The assessment targeted restored areas of water damage-affected locations within the building, and was completed in accordance with applicable WorkSafeBC […]

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Residential Pre-Demolition Hazardous Materials Assessment

Steer Environmental completed a hazardous materials (HazMat) assessment for an abandoned residential structure located on managed forest tenure lands near Rossland in Paterson, BC. The assessment was completed in accordance with applicable WorkSafeBC Guidelines and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR). The objective of the assessment was to investigate the potential presence and extent […]

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Civic Arena Indoor Air Quality and Limited Hazardous Materials Assessment

Steer Environmental completed indoor air quality (IAQ) and limited hazardous materials (HazMat) assessment for mould and lead paint at the Civic Arena in Nelson, BC, in accordance with applicable WorkSafeBC Guidelines and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR). The Civic Arena was constructed in 1935. The objective of the assessment was to investigate suspected […]

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Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment – Rossland, BC

Steer Environmental conducted a human health and ecological risk assessment of metals (antimony, arsenic, copper, lead, tin, zinc) and PAHs (phenanthrene, benzo(a)anthracene, benzo(b)fluoranthene, benzo(a)pyrene) in soil for a multi-unit residential retirement facility property in Rossland, BC. The objectives of the HHERA were to estimate the contaminant-related risks to human health or the environment, to develop […]

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Screening Level Risk Assessment – Fort Langley, BC

Steer Environmental conducted a Screening Level Risk Assessment of VPH in soil, and metals (arsenic, iron, lead, manganese), VHw, LEPH, naphthalene, and VOCs (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes) in groundwater for a property historically occupied by commercial operations in Fort Langley, BC. The primary objective of the assessment was to determine whether chemical contaminants identified in […]

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Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment, Summerland, BC

Steer Environmental, in cooperation with Columbia Environmental Consulting, conducted a human health and ecological risk assessment of metals, PAHs, and petroleum hydrocarbons in surface soil on a federally owned portion of the former Kettle Valley Railway corridor which is currently used as a public recreational pathway. The objective of the assessment was to determine if […]

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Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment

Steer Environmental conducted a human health and ecological risk assessment to determine whether contaminants identified in soils (antimony, arsenic, cadmium, copper, and zinc) on this industrial property posed unacceptable risks to human health or the environment under current and assumed future land uses and conditions for environmental due diligence and to facilitate a potential sale […]

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Screening Level Risk Assessment

Steer Environmental conducted a Screening Level Risk Assessment of trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, dissolved arsenic, and dissolved uranium in groundwater beneath a commercial property located in Revelstoke, BC. The SLRA was prepared in accordance with BC Ministry of Environment Protocol 13 with the objective of facilitating financing for the property. The assessment identified no operable exposure pathways […]

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Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment

Steer Environmental conducted a human health and ecological risk assessment of residual hydrocarbon contamination in shallow soil on a property located in an agricultural area of Surrey, BC. The objective of the HHERA was to determine if the soil contamination presented an unacceptable risk to human health or the environment to facilitate the sale and […]

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